Crochet Pillar-Stitches Wrist Warmer Pattern

Crochet Pillar-Stitches Wrist Warmer Pattern

Hello crafters! I have been attempting to keep myself busy over the last week or so. Admittedly, it is because I really would like to not dwell on recent world events. And yet at the same time, I find that I process and deal with everything better when I keep myself busy. I truly hope we start to see more peaceful and longer-lasting resolutions to many problems we are all going through in our receptive corners of the world.

But for now…a simple and quick-to-make new pattern.

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Materials

Materials:

  • Size “J” Hook
  • Worsted Weight

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Yarns I used:

1 roll of Lion Brand Landscapes in Mountain Range

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Notes and Abbreviations

Abbreviations:

  • sp(s) = space(es)
  • sk = skip
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • ch(s) = chain(s)
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc(s) = single crochet(s)
  • dc(s) = double crochet(s)
  • tr = treble crochet
  • rep = repeat
  • rnd(s) = round(s)

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Notes:

  1. The wrist warmers are worked in back-and-forth rnds.
  2. The 5-ch post at the beginning of some rounds counts as your first dc stitch and 2 chains.

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Gauge

Gauge:

4 by 4 inches

12 sts by 10 rows

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Gauge Instructions:

  1. Ch 17
  2. Turn. Dc 1 in the 9th st from the hook. Dc 1 in the next. Ch 2, sk 2, Dc 2 in the next 2 sts. Ch 2, sk 2, Dc in the last st.
  3. Ch 1, turn (does NOT count as your first st). Sc 1 in your first st. *Ch 2, sk 2, Sc 2 in the next 2 sts*. Rep from * to * 1 more time. Ch 2 Sk 2, Sc 1 in the last st.
  4. Ch 5, turn. Dc 2 in the next 2 scs. Ch 2, sk 2, dc 2 in the next 2 scs. Ch 2, sk 2, dc 1 in the last st.
  5. Rep R3
  6. Rep R4
  7. Rep R3
  8. Rep R4
  9. Rep R3
  10. Rep R4
  11. Rep R3

Instructions for the Pillar Wrist Warmers

1. Ch 28, loop and sl st closed. [28 sts]

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2. Ch 1 (does NOT count as your first st). 28 scs around. [28 sts]

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3. Ch 5 (counts as your first dc & 2 chs), turn. Sk 2 sts. *Dc 2 in the next 2 sts. Ch 2, sk 2*. Rep from * to * around. Ch 2, sk 2. Dc 1 in the last st. Sl st to the third ch of the original 5-ch post. [28 sts]

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4. Ch 1, turn. Sc 1 in the first dc. Sc 1 in the next dc. *Ch 1, sk 2, sc 2 in the next 2 dcs*. Rep from * to * around. Ch 2, sk 2, sl st to the first sc. [28 sts]

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5. Rep R3

6. Rep R4

7. Rep R3

8. Rep R4

9. Rep R3

10. Rep R4

11. Rep R3

12. Rep R4

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13. Ch 5, turn. Sk 2 sts. *Dc 2 in the next  2 scs. Ch 2, sk 2*. Rep from * to * 4 more times. Dc 1 in the next sc. Tr 1 in the next sc. Ch 4, sk 2. Tr 1 in the last sc. Sl st to the third ch from the original 5-ch post. [28 sts]

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14. Ch 1, turn. Sc 1 in the first dc. Sc 1 in the next st (the tr). Ch 4, sk 4. *Sc 2, ch 2, sk 2*. Rep from * to * five times around. Sl st to the first sc. [28 sts]

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15. Rep R3

16. Rep R4

17. Rep R3

18. Ch 1, turn. Sc 28 around. Sl st to the first sc to close the rnd. End off. Weave in ends. [28 sts]

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Make a second warmer. With this roll of yarn, you should have plenty of yarn left over after finishing the pair.

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Done!

Simple enough, right? It should be pretty fast to make these, so go forth and make dozens! I command thee!

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Remember to leave me a comment or any questions below. You can also find me on the Family Craft Studio facebook, instagram, pinterest, and tumblr pages. Happy crafting!

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